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Coole Swan, found at the end of every rainbow

coole swanIn honor of Saint Patrick’s Day, and all of my Irish family and friends, I would like to introduce you to an Irish Cream that is different from any that you’ve had before.

It’s called Coole Swan and it comes straight from the Emerald Isle. It is made with only natural ingredients: fresh Irish cream from their cows, single malt whiskey, vanilla, and Belgian chocolate. there is no caramel coloring added, thus the drink is a lovely white.

According to their web site, “The name Coole Swan was inspired by the unspoilt beauty of Coole Park in Gort, County Galway. It was immortalised in W. B. Yeats’ poem ‘The Wild Swans at Coole’.”

The drink is smooth and lightly sweet. It is delicious by itself, in coffee or in a cocktail. I prefer it in coffee before, during and after skiing.

But don’t just take my word for it…Coole Swan has won numerous gold medals in international competitions. It has developed a cult following due to its limited distribution in the U.S. It is slowly appearing on shelves, and it can be ordered from their web site (if your state allows liquor delivery which thankfully, my state does.).

Start looking and asking for it at your liquor sellers. You will be handsomely rewarded when you finally get your first sip. This is the real stuff.


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I'm a crazy, candy-infatuated, blogger who s so happy that you stopped by. This place is dedicated to all of us who always end up in the candy aisle. I'm totally impartial and answer only to my taste buds. I write about all things sweet from candy to baking to ice cream and beyond. Let me know your favorites.

One response »

  1. wow–would love to try. Yes, apres-ski sounds good 🙂


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